Israel, Hamas continue to trade blows on third day of intense fighting2021-05-14
                              Thursday was another day of intense fighting between Israel and Hamas, as more than 1,700 missiles have been fired from the Gaza Strip into Israel in the last three days while the Israeli military has conducted hundreds of airstrikes in Gaza.
                              Ouster of anti-Trump Cheney from House GOP leadership may deepen party's division2021-05-13
                              The ouster of Liz Cheney, a fierce critic of former U.S. President Donald Trump over his narrative of "a stolen election," from House Republican leadership on Wednesday morning, is thought to have underscored Trump's massive and continuing importance in the increasingly divided Republican Party with uncertain consequences.
                              Are Israel, Hamas on verge of large-scale war in Gaza Strip?2021-05-13
                              After more than a year of relative peace and stability in the besieged Gaza Strip, Israel and its bitter enemy Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) are again on the brink of a large-scale war, Palestinian analysts warned.
                              Pipeline breakdown leads to urgent issues for Biden administration2021-05-13
                              The temporary shutdown of the U.S. largest conduit for gasoline and diesel over the weekend has conspicuously triggered off a dire situation of triple predicament for the Joe Biden administration to cope with, which might escalate and deteriorate on the three fronts of fuel supply, energy development and cyber security if not addressed on urgent basis.
                              "Emergency state" announced in Israeli city amid Arab-Jewish clashes2021-05-12
                              A state of emergency was announced on Tuesday night in a central Israeli city and Border Police forces were sent there as Arabs and Jews have been clashing in fresh street violence, Israeli authorities said.
                              U.S. east coast to rely on petroleum inventories before main pipeline operation resumes: EIA2021-05-12
                              Petroleum distribution terminals in the U.S. east coast will rely on inventories and alternative supplies until a main fuel pipeline resumes operation, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on Tuesday.
                              Russia expels Romanian military diplomat in retaliation2021-05-12
                              The Russian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that it is expelling an assistant defense attache at the Romanian embassy in Moscow in tit-for-tat retaliation.
                              Pandemic has big impact on mental health2021-05-11
                              A survey released to coincide with UK Mental Health Week has revealed the unseen toll of the novel coronavirus pandemic on the United Kingdom business sector, with four out of five owners of small businesses saying their mental health had been negatively impacted by events of the last year.
                              EU will not renew AstraZeneca vaccine contract2021-05-11
                              The European Union has not renewed its order for AstraZeneca vaccines beyond June when the contract ends, a top official has said.
                              Over 45 rockets fired from Gaza into Israel: army2021-05-11
                              Over 45 rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel on Monday evening, mostly landing in open areas on the border with Gaza in the south of the country, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokesman Jonathan Conricus said.
                              Egypt to produce China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine in June2021-05-10
                              Egyptian Health Minister Hala Zayed said on Sunday that Egypt will start locally producing China's Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine in June.
                              7 people die in birthday party shooting in U.S. Colorado2021-05-10
                              Six adults were killed early Sunday morning when a suspect opened fire at a birthday party in Colorado Springs, a city in U.S. state of Colorado, police said, adding the suspect took his own life on scene.
                              The motives behind GOP move to oust dissenter Cheney2021-05-10
                              Republicans are moving to replace House Republican Conference Chair Congresswoman Liz Cheney -- one of the few in her party who refuses to march in lockstep with former U.S. President Donald Trump.
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